St. John Classic Rock Station

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St. John Classic Rock Station
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Abbreviation: None
Group Numbers: Some
Leadership: Not a group, but created by Paul Gargoyle
Goals: Bringing good music and Sunday sermons to population of Vinetown
Recruitment Policy: Not needed
Contact: Through 26.34 radio frequency
know what you are talking about Short-wave Radio Info
This group or location has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 26.34 MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: 84, 61

They wanna get a statement, for Jesus' sake

Now look at them yo-yo's, that's the way you do it
You play the guitar on the 26.34
That ain't working, that's the way you do it
Money for nothing and your chicks for free

She knew all about history

A long time ago came a man on a track
Walking several suburbs with a axe on his back
And he put down his load where he thought it was the best
Made a home in the St. John Cathedral
Hooked a genny and a radio transceiver
And he played on the 26.34 by the Geleasius General Hospital
The other travellers came walking down the track
And they never went further, no, they never went back
Then came the songs then came the Sunday Sermons
Then came the radio jokes then came the laughter
Then came Mick McManix and the GKers with their knives
And the Mitchem Mall Frequency was the St. John Classic Rock

It's like talking to the wall

You don't understand? Okay, then I shall speak clearly now.

Who we are?

We are small band of survivors, who, when not shooting zombies or poking zombies, broadcast music over the radio, to entertain other. Most of us are active M.E.R.C.Y. members. Current broadcasters are:

  1. Paul Gargoyle
  2. Cyrus Bukowsky (Not any more, sadly)
  3. Justicar Alaric
  4. Reverend Strike
  5. Mick McManix of The Spanish Inquisition

How we broadcast?

Well being unable to play music, we actually broadcast entire song lyrics over 26.34 at least once per week, and usually (that means- when we're not besieged) more.

What we broadcast?

Classic rock, obviously. Also metal, folk, jazz, blues and zambah music. And we have Sunday sermons.

What we don't broadcast?

Pop, hip-hop, rap, techno and disc-polo. Hope that you don't miss it.

How to join?

Broadcast a song, abiding rules above, on 26.34. That's all.

How to find you?

In Vinetown, we usually hang around St. John Cathedral.

All the way to paradise

Song on demand

We can play you any song you wish (nearly). Order it on the talk page and wait day or two.


We can advertise any group or event during our broadcast. Just contact us via a talk page.

Other stuff

Again, if there is something you want us to say, contact us and we shall do our best to satisfy you.

All the headlines were taken from the various Dire Straits songs.